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AsciiDoc
AsciiDoc is a text document format for writing short documents, articles, books and UNIX man pages. AsciiDoc files can be translated to HTML and DocBook markups using the asciidoc(1) command. AsciiDoc is highly configurable: both the AsciiDoc source file syntax and the backend output markups (which can be almost any type of SGML/XML markup) can be customized and extended by the user.
AsmRef
'AsmRef' includes a menu system and search function to display data on the Linux kernel and most topics associated with x86 assembler development on GNU/Linux systems.
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GNU Aspell is a spell checker that can be used either as a library or as an independent spell checker. It does a much better job of coming up with possible suggestions than other English language spell checkers. Other technical enhancements over Ispell include shared memory for dictionaries and intelligent handling of personal dictionaries when more than one Aspell process is open.
Aspell-gu
This package contains the required files to add support for the Gujarati (gu) language to the GNU Aspell spell checker.
Atom
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Atom will by default send “anonymous” usage data to Google Analytics (operating system, Atom version, screen resolution, …). To change this, go to Preferences, and "Core" settings. Change "Send Telemetry data to the Atom Team" to No (Do not send any telemetry data).
Atom is a text and source code editor based on Web technologies, specifically the Chromium project. Atom has a modular design that is integrated around a minimal core, which makes it very flexible and extensible. Atom is based on Electron (formerly known as Atom Shell), a framework that enables cross-platform desktop applications using Chromium and Node.js.
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AUCTeX is an integrated environment for producing TeX documents in Emacs. It allows many different standard TeX macros to be inserted with simple keystrokes or menu selection. It offers an interface to external programs, enabling you to compile or view your documents from within Emacs. AUCTeX also features the ability to place inline previews of complex TeX statements such as mathematical formulae. AUCTeX provides by far the most wide-spread and sophisticated environment for editing LaTeX, TeX, ConTeXt and Texinfo documents with Emacs or XEmacs. Combined with packages like RefTeX, Flyspell and others it is pretty much without peer as a comprehensive authoring solution for a large variety of operating system platforms and TeX distributions.
AutoConvert
AutoConvert is an intelligent Chinese Encoding converter. It uses built-in functions to judge the type of the input file's Chinese Encoding (such as GB/Big5/HZ), then converts the input file to any type of Chinese Encoding you want. You can use autoconvert to automatically convert incoming e-mail messages. It can also optionally handle the UNI/UTF7/UTF8 encoding.
Bhl
BHL is an Emacs mode that lets you convert plain TXT files into HTML, LaTeX, and SGML (Linuxdoc) files. The BHL mode handles common font-styles, three levels of sections, footnotes, and any kind of lists, tables, URLs and horizontal rules. It also handles a table of contents: you can browse the toc, insert the toc where you want, and update the sections' numbers with one keystroke.
Bib2xhtml
'bib2xhtml' is a program that converts BibTeX files into HTML (specifically, XHTML 1.0). The conversion is mostly done by specialized BibTeX style files, derived from a converted bibliography style template. This ensures that the original BibTeX styles are faithfully reproduced. Some post-processing is performed by Perl code. This is an update of the bib2html program written by David Hull in 1996 and maintained by him until 1998.
BibTeXConv
BibTeXConv is a BibTeX file converter which allows to export BibTeX entries to other formats, including customly defined text output. Furthermore, it provides the possibility to check URLs (including MD5, size and MIME type computations) and to verify ISBN and ISSN numbers.
BigText
The 'BigText' command prints big text using X11 fonts. It is similar to many other banner(1) commands, except that it can draw with all of the X11 fonts.
BirdFont
BirdFont is a font editor which can generate fonts in SVG, EOT and TTF format.
Birdfont
Birdfont is a font editor which lets you create vector graphics and export TTF, EOT and SVG fonts.
Blockly
Blockly is a web-based, graphical programming editor. Users can drag blocks together to build an application. No typing required.
BlueSpice
BlueSpice extends MediaWiki and enhances it with useful features, in particular in the areas of quality management, process support, administration, editing and security. There are two editions available: BlueSpice free and BlueSpice pro. BlueSpice free is a free of charge wiki version. BlueSpice pro is the business-critical solution with comprehensive functionalities and a subscription for support and software maintenance.
Bluefish
Bluefish is a powerful editor targeted towards programmers and webdevelopers, with many options to write websites, scripts and programming code. Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages.
Booktype
Booktype is a free, open source platform that produces beautiful, engaging books formatted for print, iBooks and almost any ereader within minutes. It makes it easier for people and organisations to collate, organise, edit and publish books.
Brackets
Brackets is a code editor, written using Web technologies like HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
C2html
'C2html' is a program which converts C source files to highlighted html files. The produced file can be used for creating technical manuals. A highlighted source code listing is usually much easier to read.
CE
CE is a simple, easy to use unix text editor. It allows full cursor control (you must have cursor keys to use it). It will also support Function keys if your terminal has them. It lets *nix new-comers, those who aren't technically minded, or those who don't want to learn one of the larger, less user friendly *nix editors. The design goal was to have just about any computerphobic person using CE in the shortest amount of time possible (ideally, under 20 minutes), with the smallest amount of documentation possible. It has enough features for text editing for rather good editing for just about anything. CE has been written entirely within CE since version 1.1e.
CHEAT
Minimal unit testing framework for the C programming language.
CVAssistant
Whether you're looking for a job or trying to help a friend to find one, CVAssistant is the number one tool for you. It helps you by preparing resumes and cover letters and organizing your job application process. It: Stores all your skills and experiences. Creates resumes tailored for each job you apply. Creates cover letters summarized to match each job advertisement. Keeps a history of job applications so you are ready when you receive a phone call. Write resumes in your language. All languages are supported! It's a free and open source software which you can easily download to your computer and start using it out of the box. CV Assistant helps you create specialized resumes in Word .docx format fast and easy. The idea is to have a master resume with all skills and experiences in it. Then based on skills mentioned in the job advertisement, export a clean but well formatted word .docx file as a summarized resume with only relevant skills in it. This increases your chance of getting a job interview as most companies are using Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) or at best hiring managers which may be unaware of similarity between phrases like skilled in MS Word, familiar with Microsoft Word and Fully experienced with office suites. So job seekers need to create specialized resumes for each and every job position with the same wordings used in the advertisement. Add all your skills to CV Assistant, pick only relevant ones. It also creates cover letters! Again, write all possible sentences, and select those relevant ones per job post. CVAssistant helps you free of charge and this software remains for free!
Catdoc
The program extracts text from Word files while preserving as many special characters as possible. It does not try to preserve Word formatting, but does extract readable text. A Tcl/Tk graphical viewer is included as well, and versions 0.91.2 and above include an Excel file converter.
Change
'Change' is a non-interactive text editor that is similar to 'sed' but easier to use. It substitutes a specified target pattern in the source text with another specified text pattern. It can operate on multiple files specified on the command line, or on stdin/stdout in filter mode.
CheapskateFonts 2
This is a collection of thirteen free software fonts. Styles include handwritten, sci-fi, basic sans serif and Roman, and others.
Chgrep
'chgrep' searches the input files (or standard input if no files are named) for oldpattern and changes them to newpattern (grep doesn't support this). You can use .lock files (or another extend). It is useful in (but not limited to) mail servers.
ChkTeX
ChkTeX checks for various syntactic, semantic and typographical errors in LaTeX documents, and helps the writer stay focused on the content rather than presentation or syntax of commands.
Cko
'cko' (Colored Kernel Output) is a Linux 2.4 and 2.6 kernel patch that colors kernel messages in the BSD style. If you don't like the default color (brown), you can change the value of the "color" variable and set it to whatever color you like.
ClientTable
ClientTable is a Python module for generic HTML table parsing. It is most useful when used in conjunction with other parsers (htmllib or HTMLParser, regular expressions, etc.), to divide up the parsing work between your own code and ClientTable.
Cobertura
Cobertura is a Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test coverage. It is based on jcoverage.
CodeBrowser
Code Browser is a folding and outlining editor for structuring and browsing source code using folders and links. It is somewhere between a traditional text editor, a smalltalk class browser and a web browser. It displays a structured text file (marker-based folding) hierarchically using multiple panes. It is especially designed to keep a good overview of the code of a large project.
CodeLite
CodeLite is a cross platform IDE for the C/C++ programming languages. Particular features are its excellent code-completion and refactoring. It has generic support for compilers, with built-in support for GCC and Clang. It supports debugging with both GDB and LLDB. It comes with many plugins, including ones for Git and Subversion, qmake, CMake, cscope and Cppcheck. Since version 13.0 it also includes the RAD plugin wxCrafter.
Collab
Multiplatform raster graphical editor enabling simultaneous drawing between users. Project including several sub projects as server, painting framework, network library, desktop application and protocol design and documentation.
Compare
'Compare' is similar to cmp (in the 'diffutils' package) but faster and with better readable output. It examines one file and standard in (or two files on a byte by byte basis) and prints the file position of the first difference it finds, first in decimal and then in hexadecimal, followed by the differing byte content in hexadecimal and a quoted character.
Condict
Condict is a program for creating dictionaries. It is written in Python, and uses the wxPython GUI framework, as well as the PyXML library.
Cooledit
Cooledit is a full featured multiple window text editor with interactive graphical debugger for C/C++ programs, anti-aliased fonts, compiler interface, the ability to be used as programmer's IDE with syntax highlighting for a wide variety of programming languages, UTF-8/UCS/Unicode support, and a built-in Python interpreter for macro programming.
Cp-tools
Classpath tools is a collection of tools for GNU Classpath including a documentation generation system for java source files (gjdoc) and a "doclet" for converting comments into GNU Texinfo source (texidoclet), etc. This project has been integrated into the main GNU Classpath project.
Cpp2latex
'cpp2latex' converts C++ into LaTeX either for including into existing LaTeX documents or as standalone documents. The current version (2.0) supports syntax highlighting.
CrocodileNote
Take simple text notes. You can put them into folders to create your own quick, easy and robust file structure. CrocodileNote supports two modes - plain and encryption. In encryption mode all data is encrypted using password-based encryption (PKCS#5) with AES-256. These are common industry standards and used by, e.g., the famous TrueCrypt disk encryption. In plain mode you can view and copy folders directly via PC from your internal SD card. Further features: - Export to ZIP for backup - Linkify notes in case you store e-mail addresses, Internet addresses/URLs or phone numbers - Auto-logout switch for 30 minutes (encryption mode only)
Cssed
'cssed' is a CSS editor and validator with support for other web and programming languages, that can be extended through plugins. Although full-featured, it's meant to be small, consumes few resources, and can be run on a P100 with 32Mb of RAM.
Csv2latex
'csv2latex' is a file format converter that converts a well formed CSV file (like the ones exported from OpenOffice.org) to the LaTeX document format.
Cxref
'Cxref' produces documentation (in LaTeX, HTML, RTF or SGML) including cross-references from C program source code. It works for ANSI C, including most gcc extensions. The documentation for the program is produced from comments in the code that are appropriately formatted. The cross referencing comes from the code itself and requires no extra work. Documentation is produced for files, functions, variables, #include, #define, and type definitions. Cross referencing is performed for files, #include, variables, and functions.
DHEX
'dhex' is an ncurses-based hex-editor with a diff mode. It makes heavy use of colors, but is also themeable to work on monochrome monitors. It includes the Action Cartridge Search Algorithm to find specific changes.
DataEditXml
Edit data held in the XML format using commands embeddedin Perl.
DataMelt
DataMelt (DMelt) is an environment for numeric computation, statistical analysis, data mining, and graphical data visualization on the Java platform. This Java multiplatform program is integrated with a number of scripting languages: Jython (Python), Groovy, JRuby, BeanShell. DMelt can be used to plot functions and data in 2D and 3D, perform statistical tests, data mining, numeric computations, function minimization, linear algebra, solving systems of linear and differential equations. Linear, non-linear and symbolic regression are also available. Neural networks and various data-manipulation methods are integrated using powerful Java API. Elements of symbolic computations using Octave/Matlab scripting are supported.
Dav
Dav (Dav Ain't Vi) is meant to provide a stable text editor that is efficient in both memory and processor usage. Its user interface is designed to be intuitive and to increase productivity.
DejaVu fonts
The DejaVu fonts are a font family based on the Bitstream Vera Fonts. Its purpose is to provide a wider range of characters while maintaining the original look and feel. The family is available as TrueType fonts and also as third-party packages for various operating systems, including handhelds.
Deplate
'deplate' is a tool for converting documents written in an unobtrusive, wiki-like markup to LaTeX, DocBook, HTML, or "HTML slides". It supports embedded LaTeX code, footnotes, citations, bibliographies, automatic generation of an index, etc. In contrast to many wiki engines, it is intended for "offline" use as a document preparation tool.
Devhelp
Devhelp is an API documentation browser for GTK+ and GNOME. It works natively with GTK-Doc (the API reference system developed for GTK+ and used throughout GNOME for API documentation).
DiaSCE
DiaSCE is a C/C++ code editor for GNOME. It pretends to be a complement to Glade, so it doesn't include an environment for GUI development. It has neither a debugger or other kind of tool to help debugging. The idea is for it to be a light code editor that doesn't need too many resources, and makes use of external tools (gcc, glade, ddd, etc.) for some tasks. This project was formerly known as 'david.'
Diakonos
Diakonos is a customizable, usable, console-based text editor. It features arbitrary language scripting, bookmarking, regular expression searching, parsed ("smart") indentation, macro recording and playback, a multi-element clipboard, multi-level undo, a customizable status line, completely customizable keyboard mapping, and customizable syntax highlighting.
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This program includes both 'diction' and 'style'. 'Diction' identifies wordy and commonly misused phrases; 'style' analyzes surface characteristics of a document, including sentence length and other readability measures. While these programs cannot help you structure a document well, they can help to avoid poor wording and compare the readability of your document with others. Both commands support English and German documents.
Diffstat
Diffstat reads the output of the diff command and displays a histogram of the insertions, deletions, and modifications in each file. Diffstat is commonly used to provide a summary of the changes in large, complex patch files.
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A group of utilities that displays difference between and among text files. 'diff' outputs the difference between two files in any of several formats. If the files are identical, it normally produces no ouput; if they are binary (non-text) it normally reports only that they are different. 'cmp' shows the offsets and files numbers where two files differ; it can also show, side by side, all the characters that differ between the two files. 'sdiff' merges two files interactively. 'diff3' shows differences among three files. If two people have made independent changes to a common original, diff3 reports that difference between the original and the two changed versions, and can produce a merged file that contains both persons' changes along with warnings about conflicts.
Ding
Ding is a dictionary lookup program that uses the 'agrep' or 'egrep' tools for searching. It comes with a German-English Dictionary with ca. 120,000 entries. It is a Tk based Front-End to [ae]grep, ispell, or dict. 'Ding' can also search in English dictionaries using 'dict' and check spelling using 'ispell.' Configuration options include search preferences, interface language (English or German), and colors. The package includes history functions, help functions, and comes key and mouse bindings for quick and easy lookups. The package has three different search behaviors: o Search after typing in a new word (standard, as before) o Search for selected text when moving the mouse over the ding window o Search immediately on new text selection in another window
Diqt
Diqt is a WWW-based multilingual dictionary reference tool. That is, dictionaries of many languages can be searched using a web browser. Any language is available if you have its dictionary data. For example, you can search English-Japanese, English-German, English-French, and Japanese-English dictionaries at the same time.
Dismal
Dismal (Dis' Mode Ain't Lotus) is a major mode for GNU Emacs that implements a spreadsheet. It is designed to be keystroke driven rather than mouse/menu driven (although it can be menu driven), and it is extensible. Users can write their own commands and functions, for example, to allow a function cell to write to several nearby cells. A ruler can be put up that reflects the semantics of column names past the ones automatically provided as letters. Dismal has some useful functions that implement the keystroke level model of Card, Moran, and Newell. Dismal is now maintained within ELPA, https://elpa.gnu.org.
DocBook XSL Stylesheets
DocBook is an XML and SGML dialect that lets you author and store document content in a presentation-neutral form that captures the logical structure of the content. Using the modular DocBook stylesheets and related resources, you can transform, format, and publish your DocBook content as HTML pages and PDF files, and in many other formats, including TeX, RTF, JavaHelp, UNIX man pages, and TeXinfo. It is part of the DocBook Open Repository project.
DocFrac
'DocFrac' is a tool that converts documents from RTF to HTML and from HTML to RTF. It is useful for bulk document conversion and dynamic Web pages. It does not require a word processor to work.
Docbook2X
'docbook2X' converts DocBook documents to man pages and Texinfo
Doclifter
'doclifter' is a tool that transcodes {n,t,g}roff documentation to DocBook XML markup. It parses man, mandoc, ms, me, or TkMan page sources, does structural analysis, and recognizes common troff-markup cliches. The result is usable without further hand-hacking about 95% of the time.
Docmenta
Docmenta is a Java Web-application for creating publications that need to be published for the Web and print. Supported output formats are PDF, HTML, Web-Help, EPUB (eBook) and DocBook. Main features are:
  • Distributed authoring
  • WYSIWYG editing
  • Link management
  • Approval workflow
  • Release-management
  • Translation support
  • Table of Contents and index generation
  • Image gallery
  • Listing support (line numbering, syntax highlighting)
  • Applicability filtering and more.
Docutils
Docutils is a text processing system for processing plaintext documentation into useful formats, such as HTML or LaTeX. It includes reStructuredText, the easy to read, easy to use, what-you-see-is-what-you-get plaintext markup language.
Docvert
Docvert takes word processor files (typically .doc) and converts them to OpenDocument and clean HTML. The resulting OpenDocument is then optionally converted to HTML or any XML. This is done with XML Pipelines, an approach that supports XSLT, breaking up content over headings or sections, and saving those results to multiple files (e.g., chapter1.html, chapter2.html…). The result is returned in a .zip file.
Dot-mode
dot-mode is a minor mode for GNU Emacs that emulates the `.´ (redo) command in vi. It was written so that vi users no longer have an excuse for not switching to emacs…
Dot2Tex
The purpose of dot2tex is to give graphs generated by the graph layout tool Graphviz, a more LaTeX friendly look and feel. This is accomplished by:
  • Using native PSTricks and PGF/TikZ commands for drawing arrows, edges and nodes.
  • Typesetting labels with LaTeX, allowing mathematical notation.
  • Using backend specific styles to customize the output.
  • Dot2tex can also automatically adjust the size of nodes and edge labels to fit the output from LaTeX.
Dox
Dox is an extensible browser for manpages and HTML documentation. You can access documentation via tables of contents, keyword indices, and full text searches. The program has interfaces to pydoc and perldoc, and integration with Debian's docbase, and includes a utility that converts Doxygen-generated tafiles to keyword indices.
Doxia
Doxia is a content generation framework which aims to provide its users with powerful techniques for generating static and dynamic content. Doxia can be used to generate static sites in addition to being incorporated into dynamic content generation systems like blogs, wikis and content management systems. Doxia is used exensively by Maven and it powers the entire documentation system of Maven. It gives Maven the ability to take any document that Doxia supports and output it any format. It became a sub-project of Maven early in 2006.
Doxygen
Doxygen is a cross-platform, JavaDoc-like documentation system for C++, Java, C, and IDL. Doxygen can be used to generate an on-line class browser (in HTML) and/or an off-line reference manual (in LaTeX or RTF) from a set of source files. Doxygen can also be configured to extract the code-structure from undocumented source files. This can be very useful to quickly find your way in large source distributions.
Doxymacs
'doxymacs' is an elisp package designed to make using and creating Doxygen easier for Emacs users. It can look up documentation for classes, functions, members, etc in the browser of your choice, fontify Doxygen keywords, and automagically insert Doxygen comments in JavaDoc, Qt, or C++ style. You can also create your own style via templates.
Dvipng
'dvipng' makes PNG graphics from DVI files as obtained from TeX and its relatives. It is the fastest bitmap-rendering code for DVI files; on a fairly low-end laptop, it takes less than a second to generate 150 one-formula images. Furthermore, it does not read the postamble, so it can be started before TeX finishes. There is a -follow switch that makes dvipng wait at EOF for further output, unless it finds the POST marker that indicates the end of the DVI. It supports PK and VF fonts, color specials, and more.
E3
e3 is a full-screen, user-friendly text editor with an interface similar to that of either WordStar, Emacs, Pico, Nedit, or vi. It's heavily optimized for size and independent of libc or any other libraries, making it useful for mini-Linux distributions and rescue disks. There is also a separately distributed version written in C which supports some other Unix versions and CygWin. It is also possible to use regular expressions by using child processes like sed. e3 has a built in arithmetic calculator. The package now supports the ARM Risc CPU, amking it the first assembler program (on user layer) written for 2 different processors (Cisc vs Risc).
EMacro
EMacro is a .emacs that easily configures Emacs and XEmacs on most platforms, without any elisp programming.
EXtrans
eXtrans translates XML documents into other formats or representations. It can output formats HTML, XML, LateX, pictures, sound, or anything else that the python language can manipulate. Those translations are driven by abstract translators (xtrans scripts) embedding python code. The translators are easy to write, since the underlying system habdles all the complicated details of XML parsing, reference resolving, file management and even python programming in a way transparent to the user. This distribution includes GimpClient, a python module for communicating with Gimp. Through it, xtrans scripts can efficiently access a powerful graphics program.
Earm2ipa
This program translates Armenian in UTF-8 Unicode to the International Phonetic Alphabet assuming that the dialect represented is Eastern Armenian.
Easymacs
'Easymacs' is an easy-to-learn configuration for new users of GNU Emacs. It sets up key bindings that conform to a common denominator of the Gnome/KDE/OS human interface guidelines, and provides function-key bindings for other powerful Emacs features. It is fully documented, and the new user can productively edit text right away, without going through the Emacs tutorial. Users can access many commonly-used functions without learning the "chords" or multiple keystrokes that Emacs uses by default.
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Ed is a line-oriented text editor: rather than offering an overview of a document, ed performs editing one line at a time. It can be executed both interactively and via shell scripts. Its method of command input allows complex tasks to be performed in an automated way. GNU ed offers several extensions over the standard utility. The original editor for Unix was the most widely available text editor of its time. For most purposes, however, it is superseded by full-screen editors such as GNU Emacs or GNU Moe. N.B. This pacakge also contains a restricted version of ed, red, that can only edit files in the current directory and cannot execute shell commands.
Eddi
Eddi is a powerful and easy-to-use text editor for X. Features include syntax highlighting, macros, filtering through commands, an interface to su (to save eg system config files), and search and replace with regular expressions. It is exteremely intuitive and therefore very easy to use.
Edictionary
'edictionary' is a command line interface to online dictionaries
EditorConfig core
This package helps developers define and maintain consistent coding styles between different editors and IDEs. The EditorConfig project consists of a file format for defining coding styles and a collection of text editor plugins that enable editors to read the file format and adhere to defined styles. EditorConfig files are easily readable and they work nicely with version control systems. EditorConfig contains a few core libraries for different languages, e.g. C, Python, Java, JavaScript, and a set of editor/IDE plugins which use these library.
Elpy
Elpy is an Emacs package that brings powerful Python editing to Emacs. It combines a number of other packages that are written in Emacs Lisp and Python. Elpy's features includes:
  • Code completion (via Rope or Jedi)
  • Indentation highlighting (via Highlight-Indentation)
  • Snippet expansion (via Yasnippet)
  • Code navigation (via Rope, Jedi, Python.el, Find-File-in-Project and Idomenu)
  • Inline documentation (via Rope, Jedi or Pydoc)
  • Powerful code refactoring (via Rope)
  • On-the-fly checks (via Flymake)
  • Virtualenv support (via Pyvenv)
  • Test running
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Extraordinarily powerful text editor with additional features including content sensitive major modes, complete online documentation, highly extensible through Lisp, support for many languages and their scripts through its multilingual extension, and a large number of other extensions available either separately or with the GNU Emacs distribution. Runs on many different operating systems regardless of machine. It offers true Lisp, smoothly integrated into the editor, for writing extensions and provides an interface to the X windows system.
Emacs madx-mode
This program creates a madx major for emacs that highlights the cern (Methodical Accelerator Design) MAD-X 5 syntax. This is not a GNU package.
EncNotex
EncNotex is a free multiplatform software, which runs natively on GNU/Linux, Windows and macOS, that is useful to write and to manage a file of strongly encrypted textual notes and tasks. It’s aim is to grant the user an highly secure tool to manage very confidential data. For this reason EncNotex uses the AES 256 bit encryption, cipher mode CBC and SHA 512; the user cannot save unencrypted data on the disk, but only copy it in the clipboard; the required password to encrypt a file is necessarily 10 characters long or more, chosen at least from three of these four groups: small and upper case letters, numbers and other characters (asterisk, brackets, etc.); optionally, the password used to save a file could be forgotten by the software and typed again by the user each time a file is to be saved, so that the same password does not remain in the computer’s memory while the software is being used. A file of EncNotex is a textual encrypted file containing many notes (no database is used). To grant a perfect compatibility of data among the different platforms and to be very fast even with big amount of data, EncNotex has a very simple structure of notes. They cannot have pictures inside nor attachments, but their text can be formatted in bold, italic and underline. Every note has a title, a list of tags (keywords) separated by comma and space, a date and a free-length text, and can be printed. The title and the date of every note is shown in a read only grid on the left of the interface of the software, and a note can be shown selecting its title in this grid. Furthermore, in the same grid the title of a note can be indented or deindented, to make it a subnote of the previous one, or moved up and down, along with its possible subnotes. At the left of the text of the notes there is an outlook of its titles, which can be used to reach easily one of them, and of the possible tasks along with their deadline. The tasks of all the notes of a file can be summarized in a list, sorted, filtered and copied in the clipboard to be pasted in a spreadsheet, or saved in csv or ics format. It's possible to search for a note within the titles, the tags, the dates and the texts. A note or all the notes of a file can be copied in the clipboard in HTML format and then pasted in a word processor maintaining the possible HTML tags. Finally, two independent backup files are automatically created when a file is loaded and when it's saved.
Epix
'ePiX', a collection of batch programs, creates mathematically accurate fgures, plots, and animations containing LaTeX typography. The input syntac is easy to learn. The output -- vector image files or LaTeX picture-like environments -- is expressly designed for use with LaTeX.
Epydoc
Epydoc is a tool for generating API documentation for Python modules, based on their inline documentation strings (docstrings). It produces HTML output (similar to the output produced by javadoc) and PDF output. Epydoc supports four markup languages for documentation strings: Epytext, Javadoc, ReStructuredText, and plaintext.
Essays
Essays 1743 is based on the typeface used in a 1743 English translation of Montaigne's Essays (if you've read any of Neal Stephenson's last three books, you've seen this type of font). It contains 817 characters: all of ASCII, Latin-1, and Latin Extended A; some of Latin Extended B (basically, the ones that are more or less based on Roman letters); and a variety of other characters, such as oddball punctuation, numerals, etc. TrueType and PostScript forms are available.
Etherpad
Etherpad is a real-time collaborative editor. It lets you edit text in your browser, while other contributors see the changes instantly. It features basic formatting as well as an history.
Faq-O-Matic
The Faq-O-Matic is a CGI-based system that automates the process of maintaining a FAQ (or Frequently Asked Questions list). It allows visitors to your FAQ to take part in keeping it up-to-date. A permission system also makes it useful as a help-desk application, bug-tracking database, or documentation system.
Fig2ps
'fig2ps' converts xfig files to PS or PDF, processing text using LaTeX. It is intended to help typeset good quality documents, where the font on the pictures is exactly the same as the font in the text. You compile the picture only once and not every time you compile your LaTeX file (as with other xfig exporters such as eepic); this makes it much faster with complex pictures. It should work with LyX.
File
File attempts to classify files depending on their contents and prints a description if a match is found.
Firestr
Fire★ is a a simple platform for decentralized communication and computation. Provides a simple application platform for developing p2p applications and share these applications with others in a chat like user interface. You don't send a message to someone, you send an program, which can have rich content. All programs are wired up together automatically providing distributed communication, either through text, images, or games. The source code to all applications is available immediately to instantly clone and modify.
Fldiff
'fldiff' is a graphical diff program that shows the differences between two files/directories, or a file/directory and a CVS or Subversion repository. It is inspired by xdiff (Motif-based) and xxdiff (Qt-based), whose choice of GUI toolkit has hampered their portability to many of the systems.
Flowblade
Flowblade Movie Editor is designed to provide a fast, precise and as-simple-as-possible editing experience. Flowblade employs film style editing paradigm in which clips are usually automatically placed tightly after the previous clip - or between two existing clips - when they are inserted on the timeline. Edits are fine-tuned by trimming in and out points of clips, or by cutting and deleting parts of clips. Film style editing is faster for creating programs with mostly straight cuts and audio splits, but may be slower when programs contain complex composites unless correct work flow is followed.
Flpsed
flpsed is a WYSIWYG pseudo PostScript editor. "Pseudo", because you can't remove or modify existing elements of a document. But it does let you add arbitrary text lines to existing PostScript documents. Added lines can later be reedited with flpsed. Using pdftops, one can convert PDF documents to PostScript and also add text to them. flpsed is useful for filling in forms, adding notes etc.
Flyspell
Flyspell is an Emacs minor mode performing on-the-fly spelling checking. This spawns a single Ispell process and checks each word. The default flyspell behavior is to highlight incorrect words. It was hosted for a long time on INRIA Sophia-Antipolis's site in France, but is now maintained as a part of GNU Emacs.
Fntsample
fntsample is a program for making font samples that show Unicode coverage of the font. The samples are similar in appearance to Unicode charts. Samples can be saved as PDF or PostScript files.
FontForge
FontForge is an outline font editor that lets you create your own fonts or edit existing ones. Multiple formats including PostScript, TrueType, OpenType, SVG and bitmap (BDF) are supported. It also lets you convert one format to another. This package was formerly known as pfaedit.
FontTools
FontTools/TTX is a library to manipulate font files from Python. It supports reading and writing of TrueType/OpenType fonts, reading and writing of AFM files, reading (and partially writing) of PS Type 1 fonts. The package also contains a tool called "TTX" which converts TrueType/OpenType fonts to and from an XML-based format.
Fontlinge
Fontlinge searches for font files, sorts them into folders by name and look and with human readable names, stores gathered font information in a database, can generate previews and posters, can find and remove duplicates, and can reunite PostScript font families. It also has a web interface for browsing through your fonts. It shows detail previews and font infos, provides font download as a tarball, and can sort fonts. This package is no longer maintained.


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